If you are descended from Daniel Doyle and Anne Carbery of County Westmeath (1800s),
please contact your cousins in Argentina and Australia by E-mail ...
mrdoyle@pac.com.au

About The Clan



Harpist
Artist: Jim Fitzpatrick


Today most people have "family" names or surnames which enable them to trace their ancestors back for generations, or longer if there are adequate records, to a particular part of the world.

However there are only a few who find there is a living and active organisation of their own kinfolk representing all strands of the family, wherever they may be located, waiting to welcome them.

The Clann O DubhGhaill/Clan Doyle exists to continue to carry out its traditional functions and to perpetuate the Irish-Viking heritage in the changing conditions of modern society. The Clan also provides an organisation structure through which members can get together for social purposes, to celebrate Irish Feast Days and have the Clan represented at Irish & Celtic Gatherings and Festivals. It fosters a sense of kinship between Doyle clan people all over the world, and encourages interest in the history, arts, literature, music, customs, and traditions of the Doyles who have descended from Ireland. The Clan collects genealogies and family traditions of its members & supporters and provides a permanent repository for records, relics and material associated with the Clan for mutual benefit.
.

The Patron Saint of Clann O DubhGhaill/Clan Doyle is Saint Patrick.

st_pat1.gif (26936 bytes)


Following the historic Celtic tradition, the Clan Council has arranged for the production of a Clan  Badge (incorporating a Crest within a strap and buckle design) for exclusive use by the Clann O DubhGhaill/Clan Doyle  members and supporters. Because of the exclusive nature of the Clan Badge it will not be available to the public by general sale and can only be obtained directly from:- The Clan Standard Bearer, P.O. Box 173, Dromana Victoria 3936, Australia.

The Clan presents Certificates of Excellence to Doyles who excel in Irish dancing and singing, for excellence on the Irish bagpipes, and for excellence in performing with the fiddle and the Irish flute. The Clan also presents Certificates of Merit to recognise achievements in other fields of endeavour.

The O DubhGhaill/Doyle Clan Gathering is convened on special occasions at Wexford Town, County Wexford in Ireland. Details are available to all supporters and members of the Clan O DubhGhaill/Clan Doyle .

The Clan Council has formally registered the O DubhGhaill/Doyle Celtic Tartan.

The O DubhGhaill/Doyle Tartan is now available exclusively through the Clan Office, but only to supporters and members of the Clan, from:


The Clan Standard Bearer
P.O. Box 173
Dromana Victoria 3936
Australia

An interesting range of memorabilia and various accessories all featuring the Clan Badge and/or Doyle Tartan is also available. A list of the full range of O DubhGhaill/Doyle  memorabilia and gifts that is available may be obtained only by accepted Supporters and Life Members of the Clan, from:

The Clan Standard Bearer, P.O. Box 173, Dromana Victoria 3936, Australia.

A Clann O DubhGhaill/Clan Doyle  Genealogist has been appointed. The Clan Genealogist is resident in Wexford Town, County Wexford in Ireland. The Clan Office forwards genealogy inquiries from members and supporters of the Clann O DubhGhaill/Clan Doyle from all parts of the world to the Clan Genealogist, who will then contact the individual Clan member directly. The Clan Genealogist is highly respected for his expertise in Irish family history, and the rates charged for research done for Clann O DubhGhaill/Clan Doyle  members and supporters are quite reasonable.

.

Medal

 

  Doyle
Home Page
Irish Kilts?
Irish Tartans?
 
Clan Gathering
2013
Certificate of
Irish Heritage
DubhGhaill / Doyle
DNA Surname Project
Irish Chiefly Succession
In The 21st Century
The Alliance
of the Ancient Clans
of the Kingdom of Desmond

Meaning of the
 Name

The Doyles of
 Ancient Ireland

About the Clan

Clan-Heraldry
for all Doyle Clan Members

The Clan Badge

The Clan Gathering

 Clan Gathering
Highlights 99

Where are they 
today

Sponsors

Saint Patrick

Traditional Celtic Dress

Irish Tartans

Doyle Tartan

Our Patron

Irish Chiefs

The Gift Shop

Doyle Heraldry

Doyle Coats of Arms

Personal Coat of Arms

The Order of St Patrick

Doyle History 
Pt1
Antiquity to the 1100's 

Doyle History 
Pt2
1100's  to the 1640's
Doyle History 
Pt3
1640's to the 1690's
Doyle History 
Pt4
1690's to the 1790's
Doyle History 
Pt5
1790's  to the 1850's
Doyle History 
Pt6
1850's  to the 1880's
Doyle History 
Pt7
 1880's to the1900's 
Doyle History 
Pt8
 the 1900's to 1916 
Doyle History 
Pt9
1916  to the 1940's 
Doyle History 
Pt10
1940's  to today 

Roll of Honour
American Civil War

Roll of Honour
1914 - 1918

Roll of Honour
1916 -1922

Roll of Honour
1939 -1945
Roll of Honour
Korea - Vietnam

Doyle Links

Irish Clan Links

Irish Links

Genealogy Links

Celtic Links

The Battle of 
Clontarf

The Normans Invade
Ireland
Cromwell Devastates
Ireland
The Jacobite War in
Ireland
The Battle of the Boyne

"Wild Geese"
Irish Soldiers in Exile

The Irish Viking 
Trail

Irish & Celtic
  Festivals

Doyle Web Rings

Joining The Clan

St Patrick's Cross Flag Irish Dog Breeds The Great Irish Warpipe Feedback Irish Soldiers
of
The British Army
Clan Bard Life Members Noble Society
of Celts
Doyles in
Argentina
No Irish Need Apply

 Last updated 3 December, 2011